Greenfield Village

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Eagle Tavern

11am – 4pm

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Eagle Tavern

Built in Clinton, Michigan as a stagecoach stop for weary travelers, Eagle Tavern still exudes the warmth and camaraderie of an 1850 tavern experience today. Sit down for locally sourced, seasonal meals inspired by authentic mid-19th century recipes.

Meals presented by servers in period clothing who bring the mid-19th century to life. Open daily April 15 - October 31, 11am – 4pm Friday, Saturday, & Sunday only in November. 

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Sir John Bennett Sweet Shop

11am - 4pm

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Sir John Bennett Sweet Shop

This cornucopia of classic confections has candies, chocolates, baked goods, beverages, and more. Modeled after the Sir John Bennett Jewelry Store, the building was scaled down from five to two stories, so as not to stand higher than the surrounding church steeples. Built in 1931 in Greenfield Village with exterior decorative elements from original shop in London, England. Step inside to visit the sweet shop. Open daily April 15 through Labor Day, 11am - 4pm, Friday - Sunday through October.

 

State Street Lunch Stand

11am – 5pm

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State Street Lunch Stand

Featuring all-American favorites like hamburgers, hot dogs, French fries, and beverages. Perfect fanfare for the whole family! 

Located in Greenfield Village, State Street Lunch Stand serves up family-friendly food with a spectacular view. Open daily, April 15 – September 5, 11am – 5pm

 

Frozen Custard

11am –  5pm

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Frozen Custard

The perfect break from a hot summer day or even a cold weather treat, our genuine frozen custard is rich, creamy, and full of flavor. Our stand serves up frozen custard in a cone or cup, plus a selection of beverages.

Featuring a delectable selection of flavors, our frozen custard is sure to delight even the pickiest of palates. Open daily April 15 – September  5, 11am –  5pm

 

Carousel Confections

11am - 4pm

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Carousel Confections

Imagine yourself in a time when the soda fountain was king. Children, adults, men, and women of all ages would line up around the counter for a root beer float, cotton candy, cream puff sundae, or just a glass of pop.

Carousel Confections transports you back to that nostalgic era.  Stop by for cream puff sundaes, popcorn, and beverages. Next door to the Herschell-Spillman carousel. 

 

Cotswold Cottage Tea

11am – 4pm

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Cotswold Cottage Tea

Enjoy tea in the Garden that Clara Ford loved.  Surrounded by an iridescent rainbow of colorful flowers – tantalizing blues, romantic reds, bright yellows – Cotswold Cottage is a peaceful escape from the busy.

We invite you to join us for tea and baked goods in the beautiful outdoor garden inspired by Clara Ford and her love for the Cotswold Cottage and tea. Open May 26 – September  5, 11am – 4pm, Thursday – Sunday.

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A Taste of History

9:30am - 5pm

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A Taste of History

A culinary blast from the past: Visitors can sample recipes inspired by the kitchens of Greenfield Village that utilize locally sourced ingredients. There’s something for everyone! Choose from hot foods, salads, desserts and sandwiches, as well as kids’ favorites, all served cafeteria style so it’s ready in a hurry. Seasonal outdoor seating available. 

Open daily April 15 - October 31; Friday, Saturday & Sunday only in November.

 

Mrs. Fisher's Southern Cooking

11am – 4pm

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Mrs. Fisher's Southern Cooking

Our popular outdoor lunch stand features traditional Southern cooking and barbecue based on one of the first Southern cookbooks by Abby Fisher, a former slave who went on to compile one of the earliest Southern cookbooks. This BBQ stand provides outdoor seating and serves up house-smoked meats with classic BBQ sauces, sweet potato cheesecake, sweet potato tater tots, and more. Open daily May 27 - September 5, 11am – 4pm.

 

Owl Night Lunch Wagon

9:30am – 2pm

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Owl Night Lunch Wagon

Dating originally from the 1890s, the “Owl” was parked in downtown Detroit, near City Hall. It is believed to be the last remaining horse-drawn lunch wagon in America.

Henry Ford used to eat here after working long overnight shifts. When the wagon arrived to Greenfield Village in 1927, it was the sole refreshment stand for visitors and it held that title into the 1930s. Now there are other refreshment options but the “Owl” still serves up coffee, drinks, and snacks. Open May 27 – September 5, 9:30am – 2pm

 

Shops

Greenfield Village Store

(Open during Greenfield Village hours)

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Greenfield Village Store

Bring American traditions into your life and home. Shop historically inspired crafts made by our artisans in Greenfield Village — plus toys, books, food and more reflecting the ingenious and resourceful stories from your experience.

Open during Greenfield Village hours. Village admission not required.

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Liberty Craftworks Store

(Open during Greenfield Village hours)

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Liberty Craftworks Store

Be captivated by American-made handcrafts in this Arts and Crafts-inspired store featuring those created by our own artisans.

Open during Greenfield Village hours. Admission required.

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